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Phrasal Verbs:


A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and a preposition, a verb and an adverb, or a verb with both an adverb and a preposition, any of which are part of the syntax of the sentence, and so are a complete semantic unit. Sentences, however, may contain direct and indirect objects in addition to the phrasal verb. Phrasal verbs are particularly frequent in the English language. A phrasal verb often has a meaning which is different from the original verb.

Phrasal verb patterns:

A phrasal verb contains either a preposition or an adverb (or both), and may also combine with one or more nouns or pronouns.

  • Particle verbs: Phrasal verbs that contain adverbs are sometimes called "particle verbs", and are related to separable verbs in other Germanic languages.
    • Switch off the light
    • The gas gave off fumes.
    • They let the man through.
  • Prepositional verbs: Prepositional verbs are phrasal verbs that contain a preposition, which is always followed by its nominal object.
    • On Fridays, we look after our grandchildren
    • She helped the boy to an extra portion of potatoes.
    • We talked to the minister about the crisis.
  • Phrasal-prepositional verbs: A phrasal verb can contain an adverb and a preposition at the same time.
    • The driver got off to a flying start.
    • Onlookers put the accident down to the driverís loss of concentration.
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